Alicante Weather June Averages, Spain
What's The Weather Like in Alicante in June?
How Hot Is Alicante in June?
Sunshine Hours in June
There are around 10 hours of sunshine each day, which is plenty for spending days on the beach or exploring these historical sites.
Is Alicante Humid In June?
High levels of humidity in Alicante year-round (about 70%) will make it feel even hotter.
How Warm Is The Sea In Alicante In June?
The average sea temperature is around 22C, so this is a perfect time for a dip in the water. Generally, the higher the daytime temperature is, the stronger the sea breezes will be. The wind also increases wave height, so be prepared for larger waves in the afternoon if you want to go swimming.
Fog and Smog In Alicante In June
There are around six days off fog caused by this air pollution in June. The smog can be quite bad in the summer months, and visitors suffering from asthma and other respiratory complaints should bear in mind that this will affect their conditions.
Does It Rain In Alicante In June?
While Alicante sees some rain year-round, the summer months are generally quite dry with rainfall averages of only 23mm over and an average of three days in June.
Alicante Hotels in June
The Hostal Mendez Nunez
The Hostal Mendez Nunez, located in the centre of town, is an excellent base from which to explore the delights of Alicante's beaches, nightlife and shopping. It offers a limited range of facilities but the rooms are comfortable and modern (if somewhat impersonal), and with the town on your doorstep you're sure to find plenty to entertain you outside the hotel anyway.
Holiday Inn Express Alicante
At the very lowest end of the price range, the Holiday Inn Express Alicante is a good choice for budget, no frills accommodation. If you're not fussed about décor or facilities, and just looking for a cheap base from which to explore, this is perfect. The Holiday Inn chain cater primarily to families on a budget, and, while good value for money, offers few amenities.
Alicante Beach for June
Playa del Coco
Playa del Coco is a smaller beach, where the city's fishermen used to land their catch. There's still a lovely harbour here, with plenty of bars and restaurants, and the beach itself is a firm favourite with tourists.
Playa de la Albufereta
Playa de la Albufereta, in the north of the city, takes its name from the small coastal lake that once existed on this spot. It was home to the harbour that served the Roman village of Lucentum. History aside, it's also a beautiful spot with plenty of amenities on offer including opportunities to participate in various watersports.
Playa de la Albufereta becomes Playa de la Almadraba halfway along, a cosy sandy beach little used by tourists but the perfect environment for watersports or those who like to swim.
Bars and Restaurants
Azahar is a small traditional restaurant with a welcoming atmosphere, and a fantastic authentic local menu. The grilled vegetables and rice dishes are very popular but the restaurant's speciality is its extraordinary Paella, 'arroz con costra', made with black sausage and baked in the oven with a layer of beaten eggs on the top to form a delicious crust.
Things to do in Alicante in June
Kite sand boarding is the latest sport to hit the beaches of Alicante. Hop up on a block of wood and blast through the sand. It's an adrenaline pumping experience, though not for the faint hearted. Your hotel can book lessons for you locally.
Dinghy sailing is a great way to see more of Alicante's beautiful coast, as well as discovering some of the quieter and more unspoiled areas off the beaten track. It's perfect if you prefer a more active holiday, as you can learn to sail yourself.